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The Open Championship 2019

The Tour Junkies cover everything you need to bet on the Open Championship from Royal Portrush whether you’re playing DraftKings golf or betting on the traditional markets. Plus, the boys host 4 guest interviews with insight into how Royal Portrush may play for the 2019 Open Championship. Golf instructor Travis Fulton, fake golf instructor Club Pro Guy, Secret Golf host Diane Knox, and PGA Tour coach John Tillery all chime in on what they think will lead to victory at Portrush.

Plus, the boys give you the 4 guys they’d build their NFL team around if they were drafting from the PGA Tour & the prescription drug named after their co host and what it would do in this week’s “Chunk & Run.”

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Junkie Jargon

Ever catch yourself wondering what in the world the guys are talking about? The Junkie Jargon glossary lays it all out for you.

GPP

Guaranteed Prize Pool. A contest that will pay out the specified prize even if it does not have the targeted number of entrants. These generally contain the largest prize pools but only pay the top 10-25% of the field.